Panzanella SaladPerfect for easy summer entertaining, this traditional Tuscan salad of bread, tomatoes, herbs and fresh vegetables is perfect for a light summer meal or a side salad. Day old crusty bread can be grilled or toasted, or simply torn into bite-sized pieces and tossed together with the vinaigrette, which is made with the juice from
Potato Gnocchi with Spicy Tomato Sauce*Recipe adapted from “How to Eataly: A Guide to Cooking, Buying, and Eating Italian Food”, by Oscar Farinetti. The delightfully light texture of handmade gnocchi is so far superior to storebought, the extra time and effort is well worth it.
Mussels Fra DiavoloCrushed red chili flakes give this classic dish its fiery reputation. As the mussels cook, they open and release their natural juices, adding to the rich flavor of the tomato broth. Reducing the tomato and wine mixture before adding the mussels will ensure the broth has just the right texture.
Mutti® Tomato TartareFresh and tangy tomato flavor is the highlight of this simple antipasto recipe. Draining concentrates the complex ripe flavors of the tomatoes and creates a wonderfully spreadable consistency. Serve with crackers or crusty bread or spread on sandwiches as a zesty condiment.